English | Dzongkha Saturday, January 16, 2021

Bhutan This Week ( January 1- 7, 2021)

Bhutan This Week ( January 1- 7, 2021)

Bhutan This Week ( December 17- 24, 2020)

Bhutan This Week– a look back into the week’s top news stories from across the Kingdom. Watch Bhutan This Week on Saturday @10:30 pm

Bhutan This Week ( December 17- 24, 2020)

Bhutan This Week– a look back into the week’s top news stories from across the Kingdom. Watch Bhutan This Week on Saturday @10:30 pm

Lhops in transition

“Lhops in transition”

What makes them stand out as Lhops or Doyaps is their traditional attire, Kha Sha Paki, and unique dialect, Lhophu. Today, their very existence is a struggle to keep their identity alive — a juggle to retain what makes them Lhop and embracing modernity.

In this documentary, our Samtse bureau correspondent, Sherub Dorji, got to hear from the Lhops themselves about what their dress and language means to them. Do they want Lhopu and Kha Sha Paki for times immemorial? Or would Gho, Kira, and Dzongkha suffice?

Nationwide lockdown to begin from tomorrow: PM

Nationwide lockdown will begin form tomorrow. Respective dzongdas will have to activate the zoning system to make the lockdown bearable for the people.

Prime Minister updates the nation on Thimphu lockdown. 20/12/2020

Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering updates the nation on the Thimphu lockdown at a press conference.

Bhutan This Week ( December 11- 17, 2020)

Bhutan This Week– a look back into the week’s top news stories from across the Kingdom. Watch Bhutan This Week on Saturday @10:30 pm

Bhutan This Week (November 4 – December 10, 2020)

Bhutan This Week– a look back into the week’s top news stories from across the Kingdom. Watch Bhutan This Week on Saturday @10:30 pm

Bhutan This Week (November 27 – December 3, 2020)

Bhutan This Week– a look back into the week’s top news stories from across the Kingdom.
Watch Bhutan This Week on Saturday @10:30 pm

Trading White Gold

Blame it on climate change – paddy cultivation in the country is challenged with a series of threats. The most persistent is the drying-up of irrigation water sources, depriving many farmers of fortunes. This has also led to communities exploring various ways to cope-up with varying challenges.
‘Water Trading’ practice under Nyishog Gewog of Wangdue Phodrang […]

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